Wednesday Premier League Tips: Gunners to outclass tired Terriers

Posted Noviembre 30, 2017

"We all know that it's a long season, but going into this busy period we want to be picking up some points, so hopefully we can get something in the next few games".

'And Van der Sar stopped at the end because he decided to stop.

Both of those showings required all of the qualities that Arsenal are so often pilloried for, strength, composure and determination along with a clinical finish when the chance came.

The problem is there isn't much out there. I don't think every day about that.


Meanwhile, Petr Cech believes Arsenal can compete for the English Premier League title but said the Gunners will need to pick up points on a consistent basis, especially away from home.

"But I think he is fitter than ever".

Considering Cech is only just approaching his 36th birthday, it would appear that Wenger is not even considering a replacement for Cech any time in the near future, despite the fans misgivings.

"Arsenal are not suddenly convincing me with a 92nd-minute 1-0 victory over Burnley and Liverpool also miss out for me because their defence and goalkeeper are well behind the level of the other five", Le Tissier told Sky Sports.


And Wenger has compared him to the Manchester United hero, insisting he can play on into his 40's. Arsenal beat Huddersfield 2-1 in 2011 when the two teams met in the FA Cup, where a late Cesc Fabregas penalty saw the Gunners progress to the fifth round.

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Why is it always a 'cold night', and always in Stoke, when we use that phrase to question the dedication, willingness, call it what you like, of a decent team? They scored seven at Maribor recently, thrashed West Ham away from home, and put three past Sevilla, so they're usually good for goals on their travels.

Former Southampton captain Le Tissier doesn't believe Arsenal and Liverpool FC have the necessary quality to secure a top-four spot. Mark Hughes' men were unbeaten in three prior to Saturday's disappointing defeat to bottom-of-the-table Crystal Palace, and they lost 4-0 at home to Chelsea the last time they hosted a 'big six' club. I'll be backing the Reds to cover the -1 handicap at an appealing 6/4.